New titles from Dartmouth writers. (March/April 2018)
Five firefighting alums explain what it’s like to be in the heat of the moment.
Can investors make lots of money and save the world at the same time? Matthew Weatherley-White ’86, a former-Buddhist-turned-investment guru, thinks so.
The recently acquired Gardner’s Photographic Sketch Book of the War will educate and captivate Dartmouth students for years to come.
Boston Globe film critic Ty Burr ’80 zooms in on the current state of movies and explains what it’s like to scribble notes in the dark.
As head of the American Volcano Disaster Assistance Program, Jacob Lowenstern ’85 prepares for the worst—without knowing when it may come.
Hands-on research only enhances the undergraduate experience.
The threat of poor grades didn’t deter this student from signing up for courses with history professor J.C. Adams.
An employment lawyer on sexual harassment
The Clocks of Dartmouth
A music professor strikes an unusual chord.
How to Maintain Your Bike | Lily Zhang ’18, Student Bicycle Mechanic
Readers write, react and respond. (March/April 2018)
Look Who’s Talking
Collis Café Counter Worker
Voices in the Wilderness
America’s first black female pediatric surgeon, Andrea Hayes-Jordan ’87, DMS’91, delivers a therapy to treat a rare cancer.
Sculptor Andy Moerlein ’77 branches out.
Cosmos star “Lucky” Mkosana ’12 empowers Zimbabwe teens.
Mom Jess Petersen ’02 helps moms in a new online job service.
The passion of curator Rebecca West ’91 honors Native Americans.
The Vermont woods are safer, thanks to the efforts of Neil Van Dyke ’76.
Senior lecturer Marlene Heck chronicles the development of a few of Dartmouth’s most notable landmarks.